We hope you can join us on Monday, May 20th from 3:30pm-5:00pmin Lamont Library Forum Room, for a meeting with Anne Margulies, Vice President, University Chief Information Officer, and the HarvardWIT+ Task Force to review what the Task Force and CIOC has been working on for the last year. We invite all of you to come and participate, ask questions, and give feedback.
Please join us on Monday, April 15th from 3:30 to 5pm for a roundtable discussion about the HarvardWIT Allies group.
We are planning a fall event and would like your input!
Last year we envisioned an Allies group as part of HarvardWIT to further raise awareness of unconscious bias at work. During our kick-off event in November, we walked through some real-life scenarios that generated lively conversation. Following the kick-off, we also presented to an...
Rock Your LinkedIn Profile with Jen Cassidy from LinkedIn
We want who you are to align with what you do, and LinkedIn is a first step to help you get there. In this session you will learn our best practice recommendations for building an all-star profile that tells your professional story. You will walk away armed with the knowledge to:
Please join us on Monday, November 5th, for the launch event of the WIT Allies group. Christian Hamer, Chief Information Security Officer, will introduce the meeting which will focus on what allies can do to support women in technology.
We’ll offer the chance to participate in small-group discussions where we’ll review real-world examples of biases in the workplace and share reactions.
The HarvardWIT Mentoring program has been awarded with funding and program advisors through the President’s Administrative Innovation Fund (PAIF), and we’re finalizing details and logistics to support our first pilot group of mentees and mentors. Join us at this session led by Sandy Silk, working group lead for this program, to hear about the exciting PAIF journey and prepare for the next steps for the mentoring program. Come join the discussion and enjoy some snacks and drinks as you network with colleagues from across the University.
Who: Dr. Alexis Stokes, Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (SEAS Communications)
Title: Creating an Inclusive Culture: It Takes More than a Diversity Officer
Summary: Research states for diversity efforts to be successful it must start with leadership. However, leadership’s efforts can sometimes be perceived as disingenuous. Grass roots efforts by students and staff can quickly gain momentum but sometimes get lost in the shuffle due to staff turnover and students graduating. In recent years, many...